TAFE NSW is an Australian vocational education and training provider. Annually, the network trains over 500,000 students in campus, workplace, online, or distance education methods of education. It was established as an independent statutory body under the TAFE Commission Act 1990.
Technical and Further Education (TAFE), based in New South Wales (NSW), is the largest vocational education and training provider in Australia. International students at TAFE NSW can choose from over 120 courses, including certificates, diplomas and degree programs, as well as intensive English language courses and pathways to leading Australian universities.
The school consists of 10 different areas. There are four institutions in the Sydney metropolitan area, with the rest scattered throughout the New South Wales region. TAFE NSW welcomes more than 500,000 students each year at more than 130 campuses. The campuses offer a range of services including tutorial support, career and counselling advice, childcare centres, Student Associations, Women’s Strategy Officers and Aboriginal Coordinators.
Students at TAFE NSW study with highly qualified instructors and small class sizes give teachers better individual attention. TAFE NSW ensures students have access to the best practices and expertise included in their curriculum, preparing them for the workplace after graduation.
Not only famous for the teaching quality, the school also has close partnerships with businesses in many fields. On the one hand, the school contributes to ensuring the supply of a highly specialized workforce for many companies. On the other hand, the school offers many great job opportunities for students to practice, gain practical experience, and have a stable job after graduation.